Vol. 9 No. 1 (2018)
Articles

NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CHELLENGES FOR SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT (SLM)

Published August 21, 2020
Zsuzsanna Naárné Tóth
Szent Istvan University
Antal Tamás Naár
Szent Istvan University
Ádám Pál Sőreg
Szent Istvan University
Szergej Vinogradov
Szent Istvan University
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APA

Naárné Tóth , Z., Naár , A. T., Sőreg , Ádám P., & Vinogradov , S. (2020). NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CHELLENGES FOR SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT (SLM). Economica, 9(1), 31–37. https://doi.org/10.47282/ECONOMICA/2018/9/1/4139

Special literature sources have been discussing the concept of sustainability and the feasibility options only for about three decades. Sustainable development has several definitions; it is defined both in narrow and wider sense. The definition of sustainability is regarded inevitable because the sustainability of agriculture can be interpreted only within this fixed conceptual framework. Our study is primarily dealing with issues of sustainability in farming practices being peculiar to countries, regions of the European Union. In frames of current research, we are providing the analysis of the ability to produce value added within the agricultural sector, the intensity of farming, the non-renewable external input use, farm structure as well as the European-level relations being directed towards the preservation of land productivity.